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Smart Assistive Navigation Devices for Visually Impaired People

2019 IEEE 4th International Conference on Computer and Communication Systems (ICCCS), 2019

This paper is based on the design of a smart assistive device to help visually impaired people. Visually impaired people have been facing a lot of hardship in their day to day life. Navigating from one place to another is a toilsome task for them and the conventional blind walking stick has its own drawbacks or limitations. It is not ...


Proposal and Implementation of Personal Authentication Method by Visual Secret Sharing Scheme Using Smart Glasses

2018 IEEE 7th Global Conference on Consumer Electronics (GCCE), 2018

Personal authentication by password only is major, however it has some security risks. As a new approach to personal authentication, several methods by Visual Secret Sharing Scheme have been proposed. We propose a personal authentication method by Visual Secret Sharing Scheme using smart glasses, that improve the methods in previous studies. The method is secure against shoulder surfing, eavesdropping, and ...


Pre-Performance Routine Training Tool Using Simple Brain-Wave Sensor

2018 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), 2018

This paper describes a pre-performance routine (PPR) training tool, which uses a simple brain-wave sensor. Our tool shows us the current status of concentration and notifies us of the concentration-stabilizing phenomenon on a wearable computer or a tablet computer. PPRs entail the performance of determined motions before an action and are often executed in sports for the purpose of removing ...


An IoT-based elderly behavioral difference warning system

2018 IEEE International Conference on Applied System Invention (ICASI), 2018

Today, we are forward to meeting an older people society in the world. The elderly people have become a high risk of dementia or depression. In recent years, with the rapid development of internet of things (IoT) techniques, it has become a feasible solution to build a system that combines IoT and cloud techniques for detecting and preventing the elderly ...


Wearable Augmented Reality and Brain Computer Interface to Improve Human-Robot Interactions in Smart Industry: A Feasibility Study for SSVEP Signals

2018 IEEE 4th International Forum on Research and Technology for Society and Industry (RTSI), 2018

Augmented Reality (AR) offers a new communication channel, capable of enhancing human-robot interactions. A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) can be particularly effective to interact with an AR headset, essentially working as a “thinking-mouse” and allowing hands-free control of the system, so that the operator can simultaneously carry out other tasks. In this paper, the feasibility of employing smart glasses driven by ...



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  • Smart Assistive Navigation Devices for Visually Impaired People

    This paper is based on the design of a smart assistive device to help visually impaired people. Visually impaired people have been facing a lot of hardship in their day to day life. Navigating from one place to another is a toilsome task for them and the conventional blind walking stick has its own drawbacks or limitations. It is not of much assistance to these people of our society. Our research is motivated by the inability of the physically disabled people in their ambulation and we took an attempt to make their routine life painless and trouble-free. We designed two devices which can be of immense utility to the sightless people. We designed a smart glass and a smart pair of shoes by integrating various sensors with raspberry pi. The paper presents the functionalities and the working principle of the smart glasses and shoes and the varieties of tasks they are capable of accomplishing. The novelty of our work lies in processing data from both the devices and provide a better solution for navigating and day to day activities.

  • Proposal and Implementation of Personal Authentication Method by Visual Secret Sharing Scheme Using Smart Glasses

    Personal authentication by password only is major, however it has some security risks. As a new approach to personal authentication, several methods by Visual Secret Sharing Scheme have been proposed. We propose a personal authentication method by Visual Secret Sharing Scheme using smart glasses, that improve the methods in previous studies. The method is secure against shoulder surfing, eavesdropping, and leakage of information from the server. Moreover, in the method, an encrypted one-time password is decrypted automatically. Furthermore, by conducting implementations and evaluation experiments, it is found that the method has high convenience in operating time, operability, and ease of learning operation.

  • Pre-Performance Routine Training Tool Using Simple Brain-Wave Sensor

    This paper describes a pre-performance routine (PPR) training tool, which uses a simple brain-wave sensor. Our tool shows us the current status of concentration and notifies us of the concentration-stabilizing phenomenon on a wearable computer or a tablet computer. PPRs entail the performance of determined motions before an action and are often executed in sports for the purpose of removing stress or raising concentration. The concentration- stabilizing phenomenon was discovered by our previous research and it determined that the phenomenon appears more conspicuous in the case of experts and PPRs. We optimized the procedure for notification such that the concentration-stabilizing phenomenon could be determined without disturbing the subject's concentration. Finally, we verified the effectiveness of our PPR training tool by performing an experimental dart game.

  • An IoT-based elderly behavioral difference warning system

    Today, we are forward to meeting an older people society in the world. The elderly people have become a high risk of dementia or depression. In recent years, with the rapid development of internet of things (IoT) techniques, it has become a feasible solution to build a system that combines IoT and cloud techniques for detecting and preventing the elderly dementia or depression. This paper proposes an IoT-based elderly behavioral difference warning system for early depression and dementia warning. The proposed system is composed of wearable smart glasses, a BLE-based indoor trilateration position, and a cloud-based service platform. As a result, the proposed system can not only reduce human and medical costs, but also improve the cure rate of depression or delay the deterioration of dementia.

  • Wearable Augmented Reality and Brain Computer Interface to Improve Human-Robot Interactions in Smart Industry: A Feasibility Study for SSVEP Signals

    Augmented Reality (AR) offers a new communication channel, capable of enhancing human-robot interactions. A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) can be particularly effective to interact with an AR headset, essentially working as a “thinking-mouse” and allowing hands-free control of the system, so that the operator can simultaneously carry out other tasks. In this paper, the feasibility of employing smart glasses driven by Steady-State Visually Evoked Potentials (SSVEP) non-invasive single-channel BCI is assessed in order to enhance the human-robot interaction in the Industry 4.0 framework. In particular, we demonstrate that smart glasses can generate a stimulus signal enough stable in frequency and bright to evoke SSVEP in the BCI user's brain. For the experimental AR case study of this work, the smart glasses Epson Moverio BT-200 were employed.

  • Design and Performance Study of FaceReminder

    The following topics are dealt with: embedded systems; learning (artificial intelligence); multiprocessing systems; cache storage; scheduling; smart phones; sensors; optimisation; fault tolerant computing; field programmable gate arrays.

  • Smart Glass Type Retinal Imaging System Using MEMS Scanner

    We report on fabrication of a smart glass type laser scanning system using 2D MEMS scanner for retinal imaging. A MEMS based scanner was used to miniaturize the system size to fit into a wearable glass. Biological samples such as ham slice and retina/fundus of enucleated swine eye was imaged successfully. Results demonstrates its potential in personal health care devices for monitoring of eye diseases.

  • An Implementation of an Intelligent Assistance System for Visually Impaired/Blind People

    In this paper, we propose an intelligent assistance system for visually impaired/blind people, which is composed of wearable smart glasses, an intelligent walking stick, mobile devices application, and on-line information platform. When visually impaired/blind people wear the proposed smart glasses and holding the proposed intelligent walking stick, thus the obstacles can be detected. If a visually impaired/blind person is fall down, then the related information (GPS, fall down, etc.) will be recorded and uploaded to the on- line information platform. Related information can also be viewed by the proposed mobile devices application.

  • Performance Evaluation of Surrounding Image Display in Smart Glasses Using Image Overlay Method

    In order to overcome the problem of blind spots, this paper proposed to install multiple cameras on cars in an annular way and display the transmitted captured road images on smart glasses so that the driver can access images taken from blind angles without needing to check the rear mirror. Moreover, this paper proposed an image overlay method for overlaying images taken from multiple visual blind angles, allowing the driver to read images to improve driving convenience and safety.

  • Development of an Intuitive Wearable Interactive System Based on Augmented Reality and Object Recognition Technologies

    The purpose of this study is to develop an Intuitive Wearable Interactive System (IWIS) based on augmented reality (AR) and object recognition technology, which comprises an object recognition module, an intuitive control module, an AR information display module and a server linking module, so that the users can master the AR information and 3D objects about the objects in an intuitive operation mode. This new technology application mode enables the users to view the information of virtual objects more easily and rapidly. This study combines the new object recognition technology with gesture recognition technology to generate a friendly man-machine interaction interface, the virtual information is integrated into the real world, applied to the smart glasses device, so that the users can interact with virtual information intuitively, which is integrated and used in ordinary life.



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